sun // warmth // swimming // early morning walks // sticky sand between your toes // the taste of salt water on your tongue // the tingle of burn on your cheeks // flowers that thrive under the recent summer storm // the smell of the dunes in the early morning // small ponds where babyfrogs live // poppyflowers  // building fires // moving slowly //  cornflowers // chamomile and mint // lucious berries // water

100 mm – 70 mm – 60 mm

polymer, fibers, acrylics, wood, aluminium

the story of Áine

The Celtic myth of Áine tells the story of the goddess of summer. As with most summer-symbols she’s linked with the harvest and thus with wealth. With summer comes growth and love and Áine also represents these.